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RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

S0UTII VESTERN RAILWAY -The C',sr Soeu/tern Reporter '1eforms us that a ?? for a puiic mneeting is in progress, the (ibject of which is to take into consideration trie best means of carrying out the recommendation of the Railway Commissioners as to this grand design. We are info
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAW AND JUSTICE.

LAW AND JUSTICE.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT. (Before Mr. Conmni;sioituer BOWEN .) IN THtE MATTER Or S"'In TOIuNIS CHAMeNS.vS, BART. On Monday,Mr. Fisher, a respectablo solicitor, made an application to the coirt, for the purpose of beillng admitted a credlitor of the insol- vent, to the amnount of
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

CITY.-SATURDaAY MORNING. FOREIGN. In ?? of the prevalence of north-east winds, we hlave, uip to 'this hour, no arrivals freoi thle United States of later dlate than those received by thle Rloscoe packet ship, on Saturday last. We have had another fresh arrival from Canton, with
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLITICS.

POLITICS.

PO LIT I CS. THE PACIFIC POLICY OF ENGLAND. It is about a quarter of a century since the nations of Europe began to take breath after a series of wars, which had extended throughout nearly the whole of the preceding quarter. The people were tired of fighting, and more especially
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

_ ?? n THE MET4ROPOLIS. ACCIDENT FRioM NVixeoW CLEANING -Ott Thurs~las-morning, be- Iwecit tight and litte Ooclk, a roulg, womian, ulntied Elizabeth Dowi, ?? inl the Cittptirnittnt 'f Mrs. Asitin, reiigitflso-tct Doret-tpttr, I''gut ?? ron te borik lirot -ftoor window ini the re
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE POOR LAW QUESTION.

THE POOR LAW QUESTION.

?? Editor is anxious to redeoel his promise made in the prospectu-s; but it must be unaderstood that he does not consider himself answerao~le for alnY sentiuseuts on this momentous sub- ject, but those that appear in the leading articles.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. SsR,-In your
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RADICAL DEMONSTRATIONS.

RADICAL DEMONSTRATIONS.

DEVON PORT. | Onl M4o'day evening a meeting was (for the first time) sum- noncd b' the Working Men's Association at Devonport. The place selected was the Long Room, Stonebouse, calculated to contain nearly 2,000 persons, and it was fully occupied some- thne before the business c
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE-OFFICES.

POLICE-OFFICES.

SAnTURA, OCT. 6. MANSION HOUSE. EXTLNaivE PreN~teennnc-Two desperate-looking characters,, who gave their names as Edward Siheppaord and William Boiler, were placed at thle bar before the Lord Mayor, chiarged with stealing a quantity of lead, to thle acosunt of 73lbs.-At anl earl
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

1OUTHEND and SHEERNESS (calling at the 1 TOWN PIER, GRIAVESEND).-One of the Commercial Corn- pany's suiperior Packets, from Lundoni Bridge Wlharf, EVEllY MORN- ING, at ELEVEN precisely (Sulndays included). JOHIN BLEADEN. Secretary. Offices-Fish-street Tllh, and Chaplin's Universa
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

TEE E P R A. [LATEST FDITION.] SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1838. The late Demonstrations of the Working Classes, and the People's Charter," when noticed by the moderate portion of the press, have been treated either with surly anger or insolent scorn; and no circumstance wve can call to m
October 7, 1838 - The Era - London, London, England